2017- 2018 SEASON
The Hunchback of Notre Dame | Nov. 17 - Dec. 2
Music By Alan Menken, Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, Book by Peter Parnell
"What does it means to be a hero"
Based on the Victor Hugo novel and songs from the Disney animated feature, The Hunchback of Notre Dame showcases the film’s Academy Award-nominated score, as well as new songs by Menken and Schwartz.
Epic story of love, acceptance and what it means to be a hero.
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Feast of Fools: The Huncback of Notra Dame Specia Dinner Perfromance | November 18th
"COME AND JOIN THE FEAST OF FOOLS"
"The Hunchback of Notra Dame" Special Dinner Performance Saturday, November 18th. Tickets are $75 Tables of 8 are $500 (Call to reserve table (559)891-2238. Must purchase seats together for discount)
Tickets include 6:00pm Hors D'ouevres & Social Hour / 6:45pm Dinner / 7:30pm Show. Production is rated PG. Dinner dress is semi-formal
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2018 Season Membership
Become a Selma Arts Center 2018 Season Member
"See all the great plays and musicals this year for a discounted price."
2018 Season Membership $100 / Senior Discount $90
Members will receive one ticket for 6 shows: A value of $140 for only $100. ($100 value for $90 for Seniors) Offer is valid on all Selma Arts Center in house productions: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Spring Awakening, The Little Mermaid, Bring It On, Real Women Have Curves Sweeney Todd, A Mid-Summer Nights Dream. Offer excludes outside events unrelated to the Selma Arts Council. Discount is valid for 12 MONTHS upon purchase. Discount will be limited to 6 tickets per member and tickets are limited to one ticket per production. Tickets are non-refundable and can not be redeemed for cash
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Artist Larry Hill in Conversation | October 12th
6:00-7:00 PM: Social Hour and Viewing / 7:00-8:00 PM: Conversation with the Artist, Reading, Q+A
Join us on October 12, 2017 for a FREE reception honoring the abstract expressionist Larry Hill from 6:00PM-8:00PM at the Selma Arts Center. Larry Hill of Fresno exhibited paintings with Jackson Pollock, Willem deKooning, and Franz Kline. He turned to writing fiction later in life and is the author of two novels and two short fiction collections, most recently “Rose Capital of the World,” from Mark Arax’s West of West Books. He is currently painting and working on a collection of essays.
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About Larry Hill: I believe a painting (story) must have an initial dramatic impact and at second glance should include tantalizing nuances of drawing (plotting) and gestures (conflict) to stay alive. I’ve been around a long time and have given much thought to today’s art market. I agree with art critic Kenneth Baker’s assessment of a recent show called, “The Passionate Gesture” at the Hackett-Freedman gallery in San Francisco, featuring first- and second-wave Abstract Expressionists. Baker says, “To this day the art scene still seeks our notion of explosive, unrehearsed paintings more aggressively than ever.” He goes on to reflect on how we action painters have achieved a “certain coherence against all odds that just won’t go away.”
For more on the artist, check out his website here